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Roasted Whole Grain Adlay Millet Hatomugi Cha

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Light and refreshing tea, used by the Japanese for lightening complexion, maintaining a healthy, glowing look and curing problem skin since ancient times.

Serve hot, cold or over ice. (See below for how to prepare).

  • Reduce freckles, blemishes and spots
  • Lighten complexion and beautify skin
  • Routinely recommended by dermatologists in Japan 

Skin-Beautifying Properties

Adlay Millet (Hatomugi) seed are an abundant source of a fatty acid compound called Coixenolide. This unique ingredients acts to moderate skin's melanin production and diminish blemishes and spots.

Hatomugi (Job's Tears)

The seeds are mineral-rich in calcium, phosphorus and iron, and have notable content of thiamine (vitamin B1), riboflavin (vitamin B2) and niacin (vitamin B3).

Hatomugi Cha is also consumed for eliminating unnatural cell growth such as in warts and tumors.

Adlay seed extracts are widely used in skin cosmetics and sold as supplements. 

Gluten-free, Whole Seeds

Not powdered or crushed. Roasted whole seeds to ensure maximum inclusion of original grain's benefits.

The seeds are gluten-free. Also known as Job's Tears and Pearl Barley (Coix lacryma-jobi). 

All Natural. Pesticide Free.

Dried and roasted using traditional Japanese techniques

Hygienically packed to ensure optimal quality


Grown & harvested by traditional farmers in
subtropical highlands of Miyazaki, Japan

Type: Herbal
Region: Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan
Caffeine: None
Flavor: Light, roasty, popcorny, slightly sweet
Color: Light yellow
Ingredients: 100% whole grain Adlay Millet seeds(Coix lacryma-jobi)
Net Weight: 150 grams
Product of Japan

How to Brew Hatomugi Cha (Adlay Millet Tea)

Japanese Senjiru Method

For lightening and improving complexion and getting rid of freckles and spots.Senjiru is a time-tested Japanese method for brewing herbal teas.

The basic steps are rapid boil, followed by simmer and then a cool-down period.

  • Add 1 rounded tablespoon to 2 cups of water.
  • Heat to a full, rolling boil. 
  • Turn heat down. Simmer for 15 minutes.
  • Turn heat off and wait for 10 minutes.
  • Strain and serve hot, chilled or over ice.
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  1. Refreshing.

    Posted by Valtiel on 9th Jun 2016

    To start this off, I haven't finished the bag. Just this week, i've been able to consume this tea regularly. So, i'm not a hundred percent sure that I can see a difference in my skin, with this alone. That could change in a month of regular consumption though!

    Inner affects? I'm not feeling bloated. Especially during the mooncycle, this time around! It seems to work, in conjunction with black sugar tea. No cramps!

    Taste: Popcorn and sweet grass. With an overall midtone of nutty tang in the back of the mouth.

    Aroma: Roasted grass for me. Which is nice!
    And the seeds taste a bit like maple!

  2. Soothing clean pure tea!

    Posted by Melanie on 18th Dec 2015

    When I drink this, it feels cleansing and soothing, calming. It has a slight sweetness with an herbal woody aroma and delicate flavor. As everything else from here, the experience is fully enjoyable and I look forward to trying more! Gentle is how I'd describe this. I'm very happy to have tried this and finished so quickly! Will be back! <3 :)

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